Looking for some ideas for your next homemade pizza or pie-making session? There will be at least one pizza topping combination on this list that piques your interest.
These classic pizza topping combinations have been tried and proven in the field and in combat. It has been demonstrated beyond a reasonable doubt that the following flavor combinations produce very excellent pizzas.
Pepperoni And Sausage
This healthful blend of cured meats is unrivaled (see what we did there?). Pepperoni and sausage is an absolute classic and one of the most gratifying pizza topping combinations.
A glut of meat? There can never be too much meat on a pizza!
In addition to pepperoni and sausage, our preferred meaty pizza toppings include ham, bacon, beef, salami, and salsiccia. You cannot go wrong with any of these scrumptious meat combinations.
Just as with an overdone meat pizza, but on the opposite end of the spectrum, a wonderful veggie pizza can be made with whatever ingredients you desire!
We suggest a combination of mushrooms, red onions, bell peppers, black olives, tomatoes, and spinach. Try some sun-dried tomatoes and artichoke hearts if you like to be more adventurous.
According to the dictionary, supreme is used to express something that is “very great or intense.” This appears to be the ideal term to describe a massive pizza topped with both meat and vegetables.
On the other hand, “supreme” is also defined as “involving death,” yet that meaning does not seem to fit this situation as well.
A superior pizza should be awe-inspiring enough to rule over both carnivores and omnivores, and as such, no expense should be spared. Pepperoni, sausage, olives, mushrooms, tomatoes, peppers, and onions are our preferred toppings for a supreme pizza.
No matter what you chose to put on it, the only prerequisite is that you have a great deal of it!
Other Classic Combo
Hawaiian pizza is undoubtedly a specialized option. It is often topped with pineapple, Canadian bacon, and mozzarella, and it is rather tasty. Hawaiian pizza was not invented in Hawaii, a fun fact. Actually, it was conceived and invented in Ontario, Canada.
So, it ought to be called Ontario pizza.
For the simpler folk…
Let’s confront reality. Pizza is really an excuse for slathering tomato sauce on a great dough, melting a variety of cheeses on it, and stuffing it into our mouths. Sometimes, that’s all people desire, and that’s perfectly acceptable.
But that doesn’t mean you can’t spice up your cheese selection! Mozzarella and parmesan are must-haves, but you may also choose from cheddar, gorgonzola, provolone, goat cheese, bleu cheese, ricotta, and Havarti. Get wild with it!
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Less “traditional” yet still excellent
Hot wing pizza
We wager that many of you were unaware that such a thing existed. If you’ve never tried or created a hot-wing pizza, you’ve done yourself a great injustice. This pie, which is ideal for pizza and chicken wing enthusiasts, requires chicken, buffalo sauce, bacon, and bleu cheese.
Don’t forget to serve it with celery sticks, ranch dressing, and bleu cheese dressing! Moreover, you can add onion to your pizza if you choose.
This sweet and delicious pie substitutes BBQ sauce for standard pizza sauce. The toppings for this pizza are chicken, bacon, red onions, and cheddar cheese. If done correctly, it will taste exactly like a backyard BBQ!
Now, you can really go creative with this one. I mean, how many toppings are possible on a hamburger? Obviously, ground beef is required, but you may also add bacon, mushrooms, onions, tomatoes, lettuce, and even pickles!
Add more cheddar or pepper jack if you want to transform it into a cheeseburger pizza. Now, you may be wondering what to do with the sauce… A standard tomato sauce would likely not be particularly tasty.
There are a variety of alternatives, all of which are determined purely by individual preference. You could use barbeque sauce, mayonnaise, ketchup, mustard, or a combination of these as condiments. We urge that you do not go overboard with your decision. Keep the tone light.
A taco pizza is theoretically identical to a cheeseburger pizza, with the exception that taco ingredients are substituted for burger ingredients.
We recommend spreading refried beans and topping them with tomatoes, lettuce, black olives, jalapenos, salsa, ground beef, and cheese for a tasty “sauce.” Moreover, the nachos are topped with sour cream, tortilla strips, guacamole, and onions.
Yet, there is no law stating that breakfast pizza must be consumed at breakfast time. Fill it up with all of your preferred breakfast goodies. Eggs, bacon, sausage, hash browns, salsa, cheese, mushrooms, and onions are excellent options.
One could argue that Margherita pizza is a classic, however, we believe it is less frequent than other varieties. Named for Italy’s Queen Margherita, a traditional Margherita pizza consists of fresh basil, mozzarella, and tomatoes drizzled with olive oil.
Last but certainly not least is the BLT pizza. It is a BLT but on pizza. Put mayonnaise over the crust, then add Monterey jack cheese, bacon, lettuce, and tomatoes. To add some variety, you can add chicken, roasted turkey, avocado, and black pepper.
Excellent pizza topping combos from Dogtown Pizza!
There it is! We hope that you feel somewhat more inspired now. But, if you don’t feel like purchasing materials and creating your own pie, you can always go to the grocery store and purchase some Dogtown Pizza.
Dogtown Pizza is the best St. Louis-style pizza that money can buy, and it comes frozen for your convenience. We provide a wide variety of pizzas, including classics such as Pepperoni and Cheese as well as innovative kinds such as Hot Wing and Tomato Basil Garlic.
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